Suggest treatment for lumbosacral radiculopathy
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Is there any back pain, radiating pain to lower limbs, urinary complains?
What imaging have been done.
The management of lumbosacral radiculopathy require physiotherapy under guidance.
Mri lumbosacral spine may be required.
Mild to moderate disc prolapse can be managed conservatively on medication like pain killers like Naproxen or etoricoxib with muscle relaxant like etoricoxib or tizanidine or thiocholchicoside.
Pain modulator drugs like pregabalin or amitryptiline or gabapentin can be used for pain relief.
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